TODAY’S BEST DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS ARE
ALREADY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND
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Smartphones have transformed clinical practice over the past few years. You use mobile apps to make better clinical decisions, to reference conversions and data, and to aid in physical examinations.
But are your apps really evidence-based? Are they improving your practice of emergency medicine — or are they giving you unreliable information?
With the free mHealth in Emergency Medicine report, authored by emergency physician and informatics expert Dr. Nick Genes, you’ll learn how to evaluate which medical apps are well-researched and authoritative — empowering you to be both efficient and accurate at the point of care. Enter your email below to get instant access to this free report — as well as the first edition of Calculated Decisions.
IS THAT MEDICAL APP WORTH DOWNLOADING?
In the mHealth in Emergency Medicine report, you’ll learn:
How to evaluate an app for its value as a clinical tool
The benefits, as well as the limitations, of using apps at the point of care
Which high-quality, evidence-based apps are essential for your specialty
PLUS, DISCOVER KEY MEDICAL CALCULATORS
Along with the mHealth in Emergency Medicine, you’ll get a free copy of the first issue of Calculated Decisions, a new supplement for subscribers of Emergency Medicine Practice and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice from EB Medicine and MDCalc. This collection of specialized, in-depth calculator reviews will deepen your knowledge about the calculators you can reference through the MDCalc app. Calculated Decisions will help you harness the power of information and informatics to make clinical calls that are grounded in evidence and based on proven analytics and algorithms, all in context of best practices in emergency medicine.
Each issue of Calculated Decisions includes an in-depth review of key medical calculators, including:
When the calculator is indicated
What to do next after you calculate the clinical decision
A synopsis of the evidence supporting the calculator
The free mHealth report also includes the “Nick’s Picks” edition of Calculated Decisions — 7 key calculators, chosen by mHealth in Emergency Medicine author Dr. Nick Genes. In this issue, you'll discover in-depth research about:
The CCHR (Canadian CT Head Rule)
The HEART Pathway for Early Discharge in Acute Chest Pain
The LRINEC (Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotizing Fasciitis) Score
The PERC (Pulmonary Embolism Rule-out Criteria) Rule
The Endotracheal Tube (ETT) Depth and Tidal Volume Calculator
The PECARN Pediatric Head Injury Prediction Rule and Trauma Algorithm
The Pediatric Early Warning Score (PEWS)
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